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Five Essential Tools For Writers

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Every profession has tools of the trade. Plumbers have it, carpenters do, and so do the surgeons and artists.

Writers do need tools too. But we never think of it that way.

For a long time, a pen and notebook were all you needed, to write.

When typewriters were invented, they were considered the only tool that a writer needed to write professionally.




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